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    Veterinary Toxicology
    by V. Beasley and R. H. Poppenga



    Pages: 822
    Publisher: IVIS
    Edition: 1999
    Language: English
    ISBN: not specify

    Description

    This publication has been developed from teaching materials and course notes used in teaching veterinary and
    graduate students at the University of Illinois. The Internet publication of this material is intended to provide a
    resource to educators in veterinary medicine and animal toxicology and their students. The material is offered
    with no guarantee as to accuracy or completeness. Much of the material has not been reviewed by the editor or
    authors in recent years, and certainly additional new and old information exists that is relevant to the topics
    discussed. This is a work in progress, and revision and updates of individual chapters are scheduled. The
    editors and authors would appreciate feedback from readers about the content and suggestions for including
    new, additional, or revised information for individual chapters or toxicants, along with appropriate references.
    Similarly new contributions by qualified authors are also welcome, provided the IVIS editorial board and the
    associate editors of the book approve them.

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